Shellery Ebron conducts health IT research for our Digital Health Policy and Standards program. With expertise in qualitative and mixed-method research, she evaluates projects that use information technology to inform health care policy.
Ms. Ebron currently develops educational materials and provides technical assistance for Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+), a program to improve the quality, access, and efficiency of participating primary care practices, funded by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. She has supported a variety of federally funded projects related to electronic health records, community-based interventions, alternative payment models, and medical homes.
Ms. Ebron joined RTI in 2012. Her experience includes work as a health care informatics analyst and as a consultant on the implementation of electronic health records.